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Richard Sparrow
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Seen it before...

When the Memphis city school district folded and joined the county-wide district, the TN state legislature passed a law to allow the suburban cities to form their own independent school districts. This was a few years ago.

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Dude, get over yourself! You are going to be pissed off whether your daughter is 16 or 18. You are just mad that she is growing up and becoming a independent woman.

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Sharing is a voluntary act. To compel one to share implies that others have more right to your possessions and knowledge than you do.

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Team R: "We are about making America great and creating jobs."

Okay...Then why are you united in opposing this? (All four congressmen, both senators, and the governor)

Is my town not part of your plan for greatness?

Are the other in-state companies listed in the article not worthy of increased business?

Do you consider this a un-American project because the company in question is based in France?

Are you simply angry that the 'Great Enemy' (Obama) is meddling into your private fiefdom?

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"I thank Loki for my success."

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It is interesting that the only outlets who are reporting this are conservative websites. The article does not include any response from the school district. The version from Daily Caller describes how the complaints were given directly to the Liberty Counsel, not the school proper. The principal claimed to know nothing about the issue until LC wrote is letter.

In short, this sounds like a hit piece to manufacture controversy.

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Thus speaks the Party.
President "Has'nt a clue" Trump.
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So NCAA sports is the driving passion of North Carolina politics. The previously enacted boycott ruffled some feathers. The façade of repealing HB2 was to con the NCAA back. Does the state consider that the NCAA could call its bluff about pulling out of the ACC? There are some power programs that the ACC could encourage as replacements for the NC schools. Villanova (Big East) or Kentucky (SEC) spring to mind.

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